EAA to Director of Human Resources (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 29 December 2013
Employee driven position as executive assistant to the director of Human Resources. Learned how to organize a reception for the Queen of the Netherlands upon her visit to the Head Office and also learned how to coordinate a three floor office move within the city of Ottawa.
Driver (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 12 January 2017
I loved working here. A very active and fast paced work environment. The customer interactions is very fun and enjoyable. Coworkers are always fun to work with and a benefit to look forword to working with.
A lot of comradery . We supported and helped each other.
Driver (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 7 January 2017
We were a team on blood clinics. Everyone knew their job. Equipment was unloaded and set up. People went to work and at the end of the day we loaded the equipment back in the Jumbo truck and the blood into the refrigerator truck and drove back to our home depot in Hamilton. There was a piano in the lounge and we had sing alongs.
It was an excellent experience working with social and community commitments
Data Entry Agent (on contract) (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 5 December 2016
Worked with people of different caliber and expertise and it was a great experience working with employees, volunteers from all over the province in Canada. It helped me to learn the different culture and and their experiences in Canada. Management was caring and loving all its employees and volunteers. Since it was a contract position, I could not stay long. If any future opportunity arises, I would love working with them.
Registered Personal Support Worker (Current Employee) – Barrie, ON – 21 November 2016
overall company is still growing. office staff are helpful. wish some one will talk to you when you call. sometimes you do not have the time to call later. we have to use our own cell phones, sometimes your battery gets low and with home care, clients do not mind you using a plug, but you need to have the adapter with you, as long you didn't leave it at home i would like to see company replace clients when they are removed from my schedule. pay goes down, stays that way for some time. rate of pay is low. I work on my own, home services 5 days a week, 1-2 hour visits. clients are living at home with other person or retirement living. you do get attached. I like to look at my work as seeing my own grandparents in their place and treat them as my own. It gives me great pleasure to see and help people in my business, which also allows me to be a true, honest person, my personality is always good to everyone-its a natural feeling: being a R. P.S.W. allows me to be me for over 27 years. also continue with a great reputation which is highly important to me
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Community Services Assistant (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 1 November 2016
I was responsible for running the day to day operations of the office,along with some amazing volunteers. As the first point of contact for clients, my job was to process healthcare equipment rentals, first aid registrations,monetary donations. The most difficult part of my job was knowing there was more need in the community than our organization could provide with limited funds, staff, and restrictions due to some policy and procedures. My job as an administrator not only consist of dealing with clients, but supporting managers and staff from other departments. The most enjoyable part of the job was helping others !
Door to Door Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 26 October 2016
The work place was literally the best they made everyone feel home, we were friends, we enjoy being there, the hardest thing was around 7 at night it gets really dark and cold and there is danger outside.
Co-Op Student (Former Employee) – Stratford, ON – 17 August 2016
In each day I work is fun because you meet different people. I have learned to be more organize and master my computer skills. Management are very hard working. Co-workers are great and responsible. The hardest part of the job is when there is nothing to do. The most enjoyable part of the job is to help vulnerable people in the community on their worst day.
digital team (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 July 2016
I have been Canadian Redcross for 2 years and my overall experience was very good. you can balance your personal life and work. good place to work if you are old and don't have ability to learn advance skills.
YOUTH LEADER (Former Employee) – 1305 11 Ave SW, Calgary, AB – 5 July 2016
I would be assigned to a school and present to elementary schools about bullying and how to prevent it and intervene in healthy ways. I took the training course which taught me a lot about bullying and how we should handle it as well as how if it isnt confronted early on it can cause permanent problems in the future. The management was good, I made friends with both the managers and my peers. The hardest part of the job was getting over my fear of public speaking which I got over pretty fast. The best part was seeing how the kids used the information from the presentations.
I got to work with kids and share knowledge on a safer environment for them.
The only thing was they only got together once a month.
PERSONAL SUPPORT WORKER, COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES (Former Employee) – Greater Sudbury, ON – 25 June 2016
I am a home care PSW .I go in and out of homes taking care of the elderly and disable.I assit with there meal prep , medication, bathing and there daily living.This is a rewarding position to me because im making a diffrence in there lifes and mine.The hard part of my job is watching them struggle because of lack of funding.The other part of my job that is hard on me is that it is quite physical on the body and as i age i can feel it.
Makeing a difference in there daily living.
Lossing a patient. Becomimg harder on my body mechanic.